tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC September 23, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 540! virginia! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. welcome! i feel the love. thank you very much. thank you very much. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, everyone. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. you made it.
we're going to have a great show. thank you so much for being here, guys. here's what people are talking about. a white house email account was hacked, and a lot of their information was leaked yesterday. they're saying the information was stolen from the gmail account of a low-level staffer. then joe biden was like, "technically, my title is vice president." [ laughter ] "low-level staffer." of course, the candidates are busy getting ready for the first presidential debates this coming monday. get this. apparently, hillary clinton has for the timers they use in debates. yeah, they say she has an innate sense of when time is running out. [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] then, democrats said, "where the hell has it been the last couple months? hey, come on! let's go!" [ applause ] meanwhile, donald trump is not preparing as much for the debate. he's -- no. but his campaign is running a
campaign plane. second place winner gets to be secretary of state. [ laughter and applause ] that sounds fun. >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: that's a good deal. >> steve: that's a good prize. >> jimmy: listen to this. in an upcoming "frontline" special, former "apprentice" star omarosa claims that everyone who criticizes him will eventually have to, quote, "bow down to president trump." [ audience oohs ] in response, people said, "this is america, and we don't bow down to anyone. besides beyonce." [ cheers and applause ] beyonce. queen bee. and this is just weird. libertarian candidate gary johnson was asked -- [ light laughter ] you got to this. no, you got to see this. he was asked how he would do if he were allowed at the debate, if he was at the debate, how he would do, and he wound up giving a pretty interesting response here. take a look at this. >> do you think if you were able to get on the debate stage that you could pull even with trump and clinton in these polls?
and it wouldn't be -- it wouldn't have anything to do with my debate performance either. [ mumbling ] and not say anything -- [ mumbling ] [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what? god. >> jimmy: hillary was like, "and you guys are worried about my health?" i mean this is just -- [ mumbling ] but, with the election so close, p in office is winding down. of course, obama has changed a a lot during his presidency. if you want to see how much he's changed, we actually got 2016 obama to sit down and talk with 2009 obama. take a look at this. >> and i promise you, if you occupy this job long enough, you're gonna, in some ways and some areas, fall short of the ideal. >> you certainly shouldn't be punished for that. that's just piling on. >> let's face it. the easiest way to get on television right now is to be really rude right now.
nightly news. >> well, i -- >> the second piece of advice is, always use purell hand sanitizer -- [ light laughter ] because if you don't, you're going to get a lot of colds because you shake a lot of hands. >> this is not the biggest issue facing the country. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it is not the biggest issue. and in a new interview with "vanity fair", president obama revealed that he often writes angry letters to people when he's upset, but then crumples well, we actually got our hands on a few of those crumpled up letters. [ laughter ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah. check out what obama was so mad about. here's the first letter. he said, "dear putin, what are you doing, man? how could you not show up to the u.n.? well, guess what, 'u' and 'n' are the first two letters of me uninviting you to my pool party. [ laughter ] but, who cares, right? i'm sure you already have your shirt off. oh, yeah, tell trump i said hi. barack." [ applause ] crumbled it up. >> steve: crumpled it up and threw it away. we got it.
>> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: we have another letter. >> steve: no wonder they're getting hacked all the time. >> jimmy: he wrote, "dear time warner cable. [ light laughter ] i can't get your damn dvr fast-forward button to work properly. i hit the button, and it went backwards to the beginning of the damn show. it shouldn't take three hours to watch one episode of 'tiny house hunters.'" [ laughter and applause ] "tiny house hunters?" what am i doing? why am i writing this? >> steve: got it. that's all you got. >> jimmy: no, we have one more letter. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: yes. [ light laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: finally, he said, "dear sprint spokesman who used w what the hell, dude? what ever happened to loyalty? if paul ryan can stick with donald trump, you can stick with the wireless carrier that made you famous. can you hear me now, bitch?" [ laughter and applause ] whoa! crumple it up -- >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: and toss it in the garbage. well, get this, mark zuckerberg's wife, priscilla, says their 10-month-old daughter won't be allowed to sign up for facebook until she's 13, because she has to follow the rules.
facebook in 13 years. [ laughter ] like, "lame, mom! everyone's on twizzlebonk! you can't be on it! i'm on it! it's for kids!" [ light laughter ] so embarasssing! give me my jet pack! [ laughter ] stop following me around!" >> steve: bleep blorp. >> jimmy: this is very interesting here. new data finds that more own lunch to work every day. yeah, as evidenced by the inside of your break room microwave that looks like a a triple homicide just took place. [ laughter ] "cover your chili, carl!" "i wasn't even the one eating chili!" [ laughter ] "i'm sorry, carl. i just had a rough day." "okay." [ light laughter ] >> steve: my gosh. "i brought quail." >> jimmy: "i was just barked at and ripped a new one."
>> steve: "call the surgeon." >> jimmy: "i need to take an hour lunch." >> steve: harsh. >> jimmy: yeah, sorry, carl. finally, it was reported today that due to his role in the bridge gate scandal, new jersey governor chris christie could face impeachment. when he heard that, christie said, "mmm, peach, mint." [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys, come back again next week. on monday samuel l. jackson and gina rodriguez are going to be here. [ cheers and applause ]
of "truth or door." yeah. then later in the week, sting will be here. [ cheers and applause ] kate mckinnon, margot robbie, nathan lane, and james marsden will all be joining us. it's gonna be good. but first, we love this guy. he's the funniest. he stars in the hit television series, "the last man on earth." will forte is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] the funniest dude, the funniest guy ever. plus from the new movies "the magnificent seven" and "the girl on the train", two giant movies, haley bennett is stopping by. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: there she is there. [ cheers and applause ] and then, this girl is just unbelievable, and just meeting her in person, she's the cutest thing you've ever seen. she just won "america's got talent," and the judges the did a job. they picked the right one. she's got so much talent. she's so awesome. 12 years old, the winner of "america's got talent,"
>> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: plays ukelele. voice -- >> steve: voice -- >> jimmy: amazing voice. she writes all of her own stuff. grace and i are going to talk. we're going to play a fun new singing game, and then she's going to perform for us to close the show. i cannot wait. she is so awesome. [ cheers and applause ] it's a hot show tonight. guys, we're very lucky to have a special guest sitting in with the roots tonight. that is multiple grammy award-losing rock musician gregg almond. gregg,nk [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you for having me, jimmy. it honestly is just great to be out of my apartment. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: gregg, you are, of course, a member of the famous almond brothers band, is that correct? >> yes, and that's almond brothers with a "d" -- not to be confused with the allman brothers band, who as everyone knows are a bunch of thieving hacks who stole our careers.
into that. gregg, just remind me. how did the almond brothers band get together? >> well, jimmy, the core of the group has always been me and my identical cousin, randy almond. [ laughter ] we bonded in high school over two things -- our love of good old-fashioned american rock music and a life-threatening allergy to nuts and legumes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait a second. wait, i'm sorry, you're allergic to nuts? from the name, almond brothers, that kind of seems like you love almonds. >> yeah, jimmy, that is a in fact, it has been very confusing to our fans as well. [ laughter ] you know, often they will show up to our concerts and throw handfuls of roasted almonds at us, resulting in severe allergic reactions to the hands and face. i, myself, have been taken to the emergency room over 397 times -- [ laughter ] for nut-related issues, yeah. >> jimmy: oh my goodness, over 397 times? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, you wouldn't just say over 400, no. why don't you just --
sorry, i'm laughing at something else. this joke i heard earlier. gregg, why don't you just tell your fans that you're allergic to almonds? >> well, jimmy, we did try. especially on our 1 1976 album, "please don't put your nuts on us." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i think i -- do we have that? i don't know if we have that album here. do we? oh, no, we do. actually, we have that album here. this is it. "please don't put your nuts on us" -- [ cheers and applause ] the almond brothers. >> you know, sadly, that -- somehow that just emboldened people to throw more almonds at us. [ laughter ] in fact, the constant nut-chucking became such a a problem that we had to stop touring. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: constant nut-chucking? i mean, that's -- >> steve: that's the worst. >> jimmy: why didn't you just change the name of the band? >> well, we did. you know, for a while, we called ourselves the not the almond brothers,
>> jimmy: i see. i see. and your cousin, randy, is no longer with us, is that correct? >> that's right. that's right. unfortunately, we lost randy a a year ago. miss you, cuz. miss you every day, every damn day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, not with us anymore. you want to do -- which one is he? [ laughter ] is this him? >> on the left. >> jimmy: that is him? okay, there he is. for randy tonight, sort of a a tribute, is that correct? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, whenever you're ready, please. ?? ? cousin i still miss your big old sweet brown eyes ? ? though they were often swollen shut from handling pecan pies ? ? i'll never understand the reason why you passed away ? ? though it may have been the double decker
? i hope one day i'll see your face much clearer ? ? until then i'll just have to stare into a mirror ? ? do do do do ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was very touching. that's a very touching tribute. >> steve: beautiful. >> jimmy: gregg almond, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being here, gregg. we'll be right back with "thank you notes," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? ?? one smart choice leads to the next. ?? the new 2017 ford fusion is here.
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sounding great, guys. welcome back, everybody. thank you. oh, yeah. hot crowd. [ cheers and applause ] oh, you know what? today's friday, and usually that's when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox, i send out some e-mails, and of course send out my thank you notes and i was running a bit behind -- [ cheers and applause ] would you mind, can i write out my weekly thank you notes right now? is that cool?
thank you very much. james, how you doing, buddy? everything good? [ laughter ] can i have some thank you note writing music, please? ?? always in a good mood >> steve: he was in a good mood. >> jimmy: always in a good mood, that guy. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: look how happy he is. >> steve: call him happy james. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: the cutest piano player on the block. [ laughter ] ?? >> jimmy: thank you, vladimir putin, for forming a a new super secret mega-spy agency. the fact that i know about it means you're off to a great start. [ laughter and applause ] how do i know about spy -- >> steve: it's secret. [ as putin ] >> jimmy: super mega-secret. ?? [ laughter ] thank you, american airlines, for updating employee uniforms for the first time in nearly three decades. now, can you retire the plane i just flew in that had an ashtray? [ laughter and applause ] thank you i appreciate it. that would be great. you haven't been able to smoke on a flight since 1974.
thank you, pumpkin spice latte, for sounding like strawberry shortcake's stripper cousin. [ laughter and applause ] and you go, "oh, pumpkin spice latte." >> steve: here she comes to the stage, pumpkin spice latte. ?? thank you, google, for testing a drone delivery service for chipotle that will drop a a burrito off at your hous of course, it used to mean something totally different when someone said, "i can't leave the house until my chipotle drops." [ laughter and applause ] different, very different. >> steve: the number two reason. [ laughter ] ?? >> jimmy: thank you, candy
never -- [ applause ] [ as trump ] beautiful candy. very classy. covered in gold. 100% sugar. [ laughter ] ?? thank you, extensive wine menus at restaurants for making it more difficult for me to find the second least expensive bottle. [ laughter ] oh, yeah look, that looks real good. >> steve: $22? >> jimmy: i'll have the -- i love mer-lot. [ laughter ] [ pop sound ] ?? thank you, kaleidoscopes, for being a fun way to teach kids how to hallucinate. there you guys have it. those are my thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with will forte. [ cheers and applause ]
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a very funny, very talented man who has twice been emmy nominated for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, for his fantastic work on the popular television show, "the last man on earth." the third season premiers this sunday at 9:30 p.m. on fox. will forte! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look great, man. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: looking good. welcome. i apologize about that.
excited that had will forte's here on the show? >> will forte sounds like a a made-up name to me. >> jimmy: your name is gregg almond. [ laughter ] >> hey, gregg, how's it going? >> sorry, i don't make small talk with pretty-boy actors. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, welcome to the show. thank you so much. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: let's move on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: congrats on your emmy nominations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: you looked great. [ cheers and applause ] and you deserve it. no one deserves it m you commit to the role. you shaved half of your face. you had no hair, no eyebrows, no beard. >> my eyebrows are still coming back, but they're hanging in there. they're coming back. it's exciting. we're not supposed to, right? [ cheers ] isn't it customary to undo that? well now you see this little area. >> jimmy: yeah, i think let's put it back. bring it back. [ laughter ] yeah, that's good. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. that's fine. perfect. look at that. that looks so comfortable. [ laughter ] that looks weird now.
maybe unbutton. no, that still looks weird. you don't need to hold the mug. yeah. [ laughter ] let me have the mug. i think that just -- maybe open it all the up and tuck it around. >> like one of these? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah yeah. that's how you're supposed to do it. that's perfect. now that's it [ cheers and applause ] >> this is -- >> jimmy: the emmy award, i screwed up your tie now, buddy. sorry. the collar's all messed up. [ laughter ] take your tie off. no, take you're tie off. >> people worked very hard to make this tie. [ laughter ] this tie, and i want to throw in a plug for them, is made by the tie company of thailand. a little on the -- >> jimmy: oh, t-h-a-i. >> no t-i-e-land. >> jimmy: oh! >> it's a new country. yeah, you'll hear about it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how will i hear about it? it will be in the news? >> when the tie-me is right, they'll put a
sorry, actually, for everything that's happened since i've been out here. a blanket apology. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just terrible. i love having you on. you know i love you. i was hoping that you would win, of course, the great, jeffery tambor won. but i was hoping you'd win because i would love to see you get up there and give a nice speech. >> awe, that's nice of you. >> jimmy: was rooting for you. >> he's wonderful. he is, basically, if anybody in that category won, it would have made sense because everybody's so, so, good. it was just a pleasure to be included. >> jimmy: oh, actually, i thought of something. show here, you can maybe do the speech now in case you won. [ cheers and applause ] >> sure, sure. >> jimmy: is that good? >> okay. yeah. >> jimmy: and the emmy goes to will forte! [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> those were the stairs. oh, the stairs. those stairs. oh, my god.
i knew it. [ laughter ] i knew it! i knew this. i've never had a doubt, not a a single doubt. [ light laughter ] you made the right call. you made the only call. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god >> i knew it! >> jimmy: oh, my god. what? >> but i want to bring it down for a second. [ laughter ] mom, dad, i love you. it's been a tough year for the forte family. i couldn't have done this without you. i want to dedicate this award to my dad and my mom who are -- [ snoring ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey. hey! hey, gregg -- i apologize. i apologize. gregg! wake up. that is so rude. wake up. >> you know what? screw this handsome hollywood phony! i mean, you are gorgeous, but i am out of here. who's coming with me? come on. >> jimmy: mark, don't go with
that was a beautiful speech. don't listen to him. what's his problem, why did we invite him back? >> i mean, a-plus in the looks department, but, like, very rude. [ laughter ] very rude. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. let's change the subject. how was your summer? did you get any time off? i know you're working constantly. >> i did. i got to go on a cruise with my family to alaska, which was really fun. >> jimmy: hey, how's that? >> it was actually, i wouldn't have thought, "oh, i'm going to have fun on this cruise." it just doesn't sound like m >> jimmy: me too. >> but the whole family was there, there were like 20 of us. >> jimmy: wow. >> we show up in vancouver, we're taking an alaskan cruise, going up to seward, alaska. and the first thing they hand us, is their like, several documents, like a binder full of documents about the norovirus having just been, like, rampant throughout the cruise that was on our ship. [ laughter ] so it's like they're scrambling to -- >> jimmy: the first thing you get? >> yeah, we're like being shepherded on to the boat and
clean up all the diarrhea and vomit and stuff like that. and it was like, i think -- i think they did it? i mean, i didn't get the norovirus. >> jimmy: of course they did. [ laughter ] of course they did it. but besides that, did you have a good time? >> i had a great time. my dad and i got a couples massage. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why would you do that? why would you do that? >> i don't get to spend a lot of time with my dad and i was like, let's do this, bud. >> jimmy: you did a couples massage with your dad? >> so, we did a couples massage. >> jimmy: was it weird? >> no it wasn't weird well, okay. [ laughter ] thers we get in there, and, like, i wear my boxer/briefs -- >> jimmy: yeah, i do too. >> while they, you know, so -- i don't know, just for -- there are several reasons. but my -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: norovirus being one of them. [ laughter ] you never know, yeah. >> eactly. yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: could be a lot of diarrhea there. [ laughter ] >> so, we asked them, like, what should we do? should we go underwear or whatever? >> they said, just keep your underwear on, no big deal. so they're leaving and i'm kind of going, okay, okay, and i look over and my dad has already removed his tighty
he's kicking in his scandals, he's presenting his whole area back there to me. [ audience ohs ] he didn't actually -- not intentionally. it was just like, it was just like a look over and like, the eye of the devil was there. [ laughter ] with these very droopy balls hanging down. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, oh, whoa! hey, hey, hey! come on, man. >> what? i'm just calling it like it is. my dad wouldn't want me to lie about the -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he wouldn't want you to talk about this at all! >> no, no, he'd be fine. but it was like, once we got into the massage, it was good, though. [ laughter ] i mean, there were a couple, like, like, i just would hear him every once in a while go, "oh, my calves are very sensitive." [ laughter ] watch that. my calves are sensitive too. but i was just trying to -- >> jimmy: you didn't know where you got it from. >> yeah, now i know. >> jimmy: dear old dad. you probably also got other things. >> i learned a lot about my heritage, from him. >> jimmy: and he's got to be proud of you. "the last man on earth." you don't want to give too much away but the new season, the first episode is very important.
right off of what the cliff hanger from the last episode. i can't really say anything about it, but is there are some, there is a a major spoiler in there that if you like our show you should watch it sunday because this is a spoiler that will get out. >> jimmy: that's right. very good. the spoiler will get out. guys, will forte, everybody. put your hands together for him. [ cheers and applause ] third season premier of "the last man on earth" is this sunday 9:30 p.m. on fox. we'll be right back with the lovely, haley bennet will forte! [ cheers and applause ] ?? this is the all-new 2016 chevy malibu. wow, it's nice. let's check it out. do any of you have kids? i do yes. this car has a feature built in called teen driver technology, which lets parent's see how their teens are driving. oh, that's smart. it even mutes the radio until the seat belt is fastened. will it keep track of how many boys get it in the car?
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented actress who is about to have a breakout year. you can see her in "the magnificent seven," which is in theaters and imax now, and you can also see her in "the girl on the train," two giant movies. that's in theaters, october 7th. everyone, please welcome
?? >> jimmy: haley, haley bennett, welcome. nice to see you. thank you so much for coming on the show and thank you for bringing out a pie. >> i made you a pie. >> jimmy: did you really make this? >> i made that this morning. >> jimmy: 'cause i was going to ask you about your pie making skills, so you actually made this? >> oh, yes. what kind of pie is this and did someone have a slice, by the way? [ laughter ] it's very interesting that you would bring it out missing a a slice. [ laughter ] i don't know if you can see that. did you eat some of this already? [ laughter ] liar. >> who would have done that? >> jimmy: who would have done that? this looks like it's an apple pie. why did you make it in a cast iron skillet? >> so, when i auditioned for "the magnificent seven," i brought in a pie very similar to this pie that you're looking
it's a cast iron skillet pie, which was types of pies that they made in the 1800s. >> jimmy: how would you know that? >> the internet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, i know you can find out. i don't know how you end up knowing how to make pies from the 1800s, but good for you. [ light laughter ] that is delicious. do you have a secret for it or anything? >> well, i'm really sick, so --. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is wrong with you? [ laughter ] why would you make me eat that? i wouldn't hire you if you were auditioning for my movie. >> i'm just kidding. no actually, i put seven vents in the top for "the magnificent seven," which is out tonight. >> jimmy: very nice of you. [ cheers and applause ] i'm very excited for you, now, because, gosh, you're in two giant movies. "the girl on the train" is one of the biggest books ever. you have your "gone girl" and then you read that immediately after, everyone did. you're fantastic in it and then "the magnificent seven," this is like everybody's in this. denzel.
ethan hawke. >> denzel, chris pratt, ethan hawke. >> jimmy: was it just a blast? >> it was so much fun. it was so much fun. the whole experience and we went through a cowboy boot camp, which was amazing. i got to go through it, and we learned how to shoot, and we learned how to ride. >> jimmy: yeah, i saw a photo of you riding a horse, but i don't quite understand what's going on. because you're in the ocean as well. >> where did you find that? >> jimmyha [ laughter ] >> that's what i do in my spare time. >> jimmy: i don't understand what happened. is this what horses do? i don't know this. >> yeah, they swim. it's incredible. >> jimmy: you're in deep. >> i had no idea that the horses were going -- they pretty much -- i'm wearing jeans here, as you can see. i had no -- i did not expect to go that deep in the water. >> jimmy: i've never heard of this. where was it? >> this was -- well, look at the water. where do you think it was? >> jimmy: new jersey?
>> no. >> jimmy: t-i-e? t-i-e-land. [ laughter and applause ] have you heard about it? you'll hear about it. you'll hear about it. where were you? turks and caicos or something? >> yeah, turks and caicos. >> jimmy: was it really? >> yep. >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> see. >> jimmy: yeah, not bad. how did i even know that? >> did you like the pie? >> jimmy: i love the pie? >> can i, i want to have another bite. >> jimmy: please have a piece of this. >> oh, my god. i wish i could >> jimmy: what? >> this is so good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it really is delicious. eat this w here's haley bennett in "the magnificent seven." here you go. >> pretty. i mean, good. you're shooting is good. do it again. sight the lowest part of the v, cheek rest in against the -- >> i had a father, thank you.
oh, god dang it i'm good. six pounds of pressure. that's all that's required to kill a man. and they say the nightmares never go away. >> those nightmares? they keep you up often, mr. farraday? >> you might want to wear some pants if you're fixing to fight. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is haley bennett, everybody! this is deliciou online or something. "the magnificent seven" is in theaters and imax now and the "girl on the train" is in theaters october 7th. we'll be right back with grace vanderwaal, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ds virgin racing entered formula e because we thought it was the best way to accelerate the development of electric vehicle technology.
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>> oh, my god. look at this. and look, i even have water? >> jimmy: yeah, this is it. you have everything. this is what we have. this is the show. does it look like it does on tv? >> no, not at all. >> jimmy: is it smaller. >> yeah, actually. >> jimmy: it is, yeah? >> yit smaller. >> jimmy: well --so are you. [ laughter ] i am your biggest fan. i saw you when you first -- the first round of "america's got talent", and i go, wow, this kid has just got it. she's just -- you were writing your own songs. you did this original song which was -- it's so -- i don't want to say original, but it's so different, because a lot of people do cover songs. but you didn't. you did your own, and i go, "this is kind of a risk." and everyone's jaw was like,
and people just freaked out. so i'm so happy for you. i'm happy you won. and i'm happy you got a record deal, and i'm just so excited for you. [ cheers and applause ] >> funny -- funny story about the record deal. people always ask me, like, some people think that, like -- and this is so ridiculous, but i don't think people know what a record deal is. because people will like come up to like, "wow, you signed to a record deal? they basically own you now." i'm like, every -- you kw, you can't let out, like, songs and stuff if you don't have a a record deal. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, well -- yeah, you think it's a good thing. you have to do record deals. >> oh my god. >> jimmy: have you seen this? >> mmm-hmm. >> jimmy: i want to play -- because i want to play a -- i want to play a game with you. i don't normally have a bowl full of marshmallows with me, but i thought it would be fun to play a game with you. okay? are you up for a game? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, good. it's a singing game. [ cheers and applause ] all right, here's the deal. this card is for you. this card's for me. what i'm gonna do is --
>> jimmy: yeah, but not yet. >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: i'm going to -- stick as many marshmallows as you can stick in your mouth. >> oh, god. >> jimmy: and then -- >> it's like the chubby bunny challenge. you know? >> jimmy: yeah, chubby bunny. chubby bunny, exactly. except you have to sing -- it's singing chubby bunny. you have to sing songs and see how many songs i can make you guess in 30 seconds. >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: okay, so i'll go first. all right, here we go. >> oh my gosh. [ laughter [ muffled singing ] my gosh. oh, "shake it off." [ ding ] "shake it off."
talk, talk, talk, down, high, low, hello. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "bye, bye, bye." >> "bye, bye, bye"? what? [ laughter ] ?? >> jimmy: i'm so old. i'm so old. i'm so old. >> now i feel bad! >> jimmy: so old. he won't even believe it. >> i'm sorry! >> jimmy: he's a good friend of mine, too. oh, man. [ laughter ] so old. >> hopefully i know my song. >> jimmy: no, no, no, it's not -- you'll -- listen, it's an oldie but a goody. [ laughter ] well, here, i got an --i have an apron for you. so you don't get your outfit -- >> am i going to be, like, spitting -- spitting out, what? >> jimmy: no, no, that's just -- it matches your pants.
>> fashion statement right here. >> jimmy: here we go, buddy. great, yeah -- go for it. the game's only good if you -- you got to -- [ muffled talking ] that's perfect. [ muffled talking ] no one understands what you're saying. okay, here we go. all right, ready? [ muffled singing ] >> jimmy: so call me maybe! [ ding ] [ cheers and applause ] i got that one. that's good. [ muffled singing ] [ laughter ] "jurassic world"? "jurassic world"? [ muffled singing ] christina aguilera? [ muffled singing ] [ buzzer ] "thriller"? "thriller", i'm old, i'm old again. here, don't look at the camera, look away from the camera.
?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she is a 12-year-old singer-songwriter who not only won "america's got talent", but just signed a recording contract with simon cowell and columbia records. performing her original song "clay", please welcome grace vanderwaal! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? you see a girl
to your friend who is she anyway ? ? you've forgotten what she looks like in like a day but your words don't hurt me i will be okay ? ? 'cause you don't hurt me i won't hold onto your silly words ? ? i won't live inside your world 'cause your punches and your names ? ? all your jokes and stupid games they don't work and they don't hurt ? ? watch them just go right through me because they mean nothing to me ?
but baby i'm not clay sorry not today 'cause baby i'm not ? ? try to change my shape but baby i'm not clay sorry not today 'cause baby i'm not clay ? ? your silly words i won't live inside your world ? ? 'cause your punches and your names all your jokes and stupid games ? ? they don't hurt no they don't hurt ? ? watch them just go right through me because they mean nothing to me ? ? i'm not clay ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on.
come on. grace vanderwaal! catch her performing at planet hollywood in las vegas next month. my thank you to will forte, haley bennett, grace vanderwaal, once again! and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ??
[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- bill hader, tony award-winning playwright sarah jones, music from testpattern. featuring the 8g band with matt garstka. ?? ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. how is everybody doing tonight? [ applause ] that is just wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump spent today campaigning in iowa, and it was going great until somebody tried to husk him.
following an up roar over her hidden pneumonia diagnosis, hillary clinton said yesterday that she just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal to keep the illness from going public. sure, when has keeping a secret ever hurt a clinton? [ laughter ] according to a new poll, neither hillary clinton nor donald trump is currently projected to have the necessary 270 electoral college votes to clinch the election. so you know what that means, a dance off! ? [ cheers ] >> seth: and we're still tied. [ laughter ] politico is reporting that hillary clinton's campaign staff is concerned that she often refuses to stay properly hydrated. huh, i guess that explains her new campaign logo. [ light laughter ]